Guyra Motor Inn

Five family units in afternoon light, with undercover parking and cars in front of units,trees.
Queen Bed with Santorini Print on orange wall and blue leather lounge
Queen Bedspread (Jaguar design) and bedside tables and lampss
Family room with one Queen bed and Two singles, cupboard,table,tv,microwave,vase of flowers.
Family room with two queen beds and one single bed,dining table,wall tv, built in timber cupboards
Twin room with two beds, bedside timber cabinets and lamps
Lavendar and wallflower garden plot in front of motel
Aerial View of Motel showing driveway and Queen and twin units covered parking
Queen and twin rooms, undercover parking, large tree .

Guyra Motor Inn

89 Malpas Street, Guyra, New South Wales 2365

(02) 6779 1022


Guyra Motor Inn, set amongst attractive surrounding gardens, is situated 1330 metres above sea level in the highest town on the tablelands and enjoys spectacular autumn colouring and sometimes snow in winter. Guyra Motor Inn is a 20 Unit motel, with five family rooms and fifteen Queen and Twin rooms, all with undercover parking in front of each unit and reverse cycle air-conditioning. Scenic attractions and tourist activities include a visit to the nearby spectacular Ebor Falls, trout fishing, bird watching at the Mother of Ducks Lagoon Wildlife Reserve, gem fossicking, Cathedral Rocks National Park, the Antique Farm Machinery collection, the Little Llangothlin Nature Reserve, bush walking and mountain bike riding. Festivals and events include the highly popular Guyra Lamb and potato Festival each January, the Guyra Show in February, the Bull Sales in August and the Trout Festival in October. The historic New England city of Armidale, with its elegant heritage buildings, renowned Regional Art gallery, museums and University, is a half hour drive away.

Facilities found here

Drive through sites available, Family Friendly, Laundry, Non Smoking, Pet Friendly - Enquire, Secure Parking,

Accessibility Information

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.,

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.